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« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2019, 05:08:46 PM »
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 I have decided to re-offer my FC HOLDEN Modified Ute to the Market. Having been retired now for 20 years, I feel that "FATHER TIME" is probably "calling the shots" & the vehicle needs to go to a new hone, with an owner who recognises the thought & effort that has gone into the Design & Build of this Ute.  MY59FC was built for the 2003 FE,FC HOLDEN NATIONALS, where it was awarded Grand Champion Modified, Top Custom Paint & other minor awards.  It was awarded TOP 10 & TOP Custom paint @ the  Queensland HOT ROD & STREET MACHINE SPECTACULAR, [out of some 350+ vehicles].  The Ute has been featured in STREET MACHINE Magazine under the title "BUILT WITH TILT".
    The build took 17 months to complete with the assistance of a Panel Beater & Spray Painter, I employed over that period.  The Concept was to incorporate a VS Commodore into an FC Utility with HSV & Hot rod themes. It is painted in Candy Apple Blue & HSV Dark Blue Metallic. It carries a full NSW Engineer's Certificate & is Registered until Jan. 2020 & has only travelled 6500 km since 2003.
     Features include. #  VS Ecotec V6 [Supercharged], #  VS interior in leather trim, # VS Centre Console, #  Automatic Trans,#  4 wheel Discs, #  Power Brakes, #  Aluminium Drop Fuel Tank with HQ filler behind No Plate., #  Air Conditioning, #  Steel Flip Front using the original panels, #  Rear lid is moulded fibreglass with vinyl trim, #  Rear tray carries Sound Deck with twin Amps & Explod Speakers. #  New H/D Battery. #  Billet wheels & Accessories. # Rear view mirror with Temp gauge & Compass #  Digital Gauges. #  HSV Emblems to rear 1/4 shields & Grille Emblem.   Recent updates include. #  Sunvisor, #  LHS & RHS Weathershields, #  Bonnet Emblem, #  Door mounted rear view mirrors,  [providing excellent vision], # fresh air intake to Cab,# Twin H/Performance Thermo fans , with manual override switch. # New H/D Battery & full Service.
   The build price is known only to me & dies with me!!  I am seeking offers over $60K. Contact by sending me a pm via this Forum. If all else fails, the Ute goes to Auction . This is a genuine sale, I am not "fishing" for interest. Genuine Collectors only PLEASE!!!    Thanks Kevin.
 
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« Reply #5 on: August 03, 2019, 07:16:24 PM »
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What I neglected to add, was that I will meet & return interstate interested buyers To either  Gold Coast or Ballina Airport.  Kevin.
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« Reply #6 on: August 04, 2019, 04:19:32 PM »
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That's a heavy duty modified car Kevin.  It's hard to appreciate the amount of thinking and work that goes into such a project.  All the best with the sale.

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« Reply #7 on: August 04, 2019, 04:41:47 PM »
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Thanks John. Its very much a "wait & see" kind of thing. Maybe there's someone out there attending the Wangaratta Nats that  just might to turn up in this machine. It will be great company for 2 of my other Restos that have moved to new owners & will be there!  Kevin.
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« Reply #8 on: August 04, 2019, 06:47:00 PM »
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Hi Kevin  .With that car goes a piece of you ,I am sure it will end up in the right hands and be appreciated and loved ..cheers Vern .
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« Reply #9 on: August 04, 2019, 06:58:16 PM »
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Hi Vern. That's the plan Wink Kevin.
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« Reply #10 on: November 26, 2019, 05:49:06 PM »
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 Informing members that this ute will soon be removed from the Forum. It remains for sale until Jan '20 when full rego expires. I will then place it on Club registration & park it back in the Museum. Thanks to those who have watched the interest in this vehicle. Regards Kevin.
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